COMMUNITY CENTRE OPERATIVE – TEMPORARY
EVH Grade TAS 2 – £18,204 (Pro-rata 17.5 hours per week)
If you have experience of janitorial work, providing customer services in a community setting, enjoy working with the general public and feel you can make a difference in the service we provide to our let holders and users in the Community Centre, we would encourage you to apply for the post of Community Centre Operative.
Details of the Post:
The successful candidate should possess a relevant experience associated with the key tasks and responsibilities of the role i.e. engaging with centre users and attending to their needs in relation to room booking, activities and services; cleaning and ensuring the centre is safe and secure. You will also be required to adhere to health and safety in the course of your work.
You should be customer focused and be pleasant, approachable and have a helpful manner in your communication and engagement with centre users and other customers. You are require to be reliable and flexible in your approach for shift cover arrangements and in attending to a range of work in the job. You should be organised to attend to key tasks and be able to work on your own initiative or as part of a team. Be conscientious; and be committed in your approach to meet organizational goals.
This post requires PVG Scheme membership / Disclosure Scotland checks.
In return, we offer an excellent package including a competitive salary, a contributory pension scheme, 25 days annual leave plus 15 public holidays (pro-rata).
CVs can be email to email@example.com or posted or handed in to our office.
Cadder Housing Association is an Equal Opportunities employer and we make appointments on merit. We welcome applications from applicants regardless of their gender, ethnic group, religious or political beliefs, marital status, age and sexual orientation, or who have disabilities.
Closing date for applications will be Wednesday 29th January 2020 at 12 noon.
Cadder Housing Association’s purpose is to ‘Improve the Homes and Lives of Cadder’s People’, where our aims are to provide high quality and responsive services and continue to improve our tenants’ homes and regenerate Cadder.
Our aim is for the Management Committee to represent the people they serve in Cadder, therefore we would preferably like to hear from people who are:
- Tenants of the Association;
- Living in tenement properties.
- Aged 16-40 or over 61 years of age;
- Male; and
- Black and Minority Ethnics and Other White Groups i.e. British and European Nationals;
As a Management Committee member you would:
- Contribute towards the key decisions in the work and services of Cadder Housing Association;
- Receive training and personal development opportunities to perform your role;
- Provide your views and new ideas to improve our service to our tenants and other customers: and
- Be required to attend 10 meetings of the Management Committee and 4 sub-Committee meeting in the year. (Meetings normally last between 6.00p.m.-8.30p.m.)
Do you have a passion to further improve Cadder and make it a better place to live? If so, and you interested in joining the Management Committee and together with other local people we can, ‘Improve the Homes and Lives of Cadder’s people’, then we would be interested to hear from you.
For an informal chat, please contact our Director, Kenny Mollins at the office on 0141 945 6701.